Rangers and Celtic finally got their men as Ryan Kent and Greg Taylor completed moves to Glasgow in the final hours of the Scottish transfer window.
In the space of just three short weeks, Dundee boss James McPake has gone from famine to feast with striking options.
James McPake is delighted with the quality he’s added this summer – but he admits he’s still not totally content with his squad.
Craig Curran and Andrew Davies have asked to leave Dundee, the Tele understands.
Dundee striker Craig Curran says it’s about time he and his fellow frontmen took the pressure off their team-mates by finding the net.
Dundee’s season is swiftly heading into do-or-die territory with five matches left to save their Premiership skins.
Skipper Martin Woods and striker Craig Curran face late fitness checks as Dundee head for St Johnstone tonight.
Striker Craig Curran believes there’s not been a lot wrong with most of Dundee’s performances since he joined up in January.
Manager Jim McIntyre says Dundee need to be ready to face a different animal when Celtic come calling this Sunday.
Jim McIntyre says his Dundee side will need to show “every inch” of their performance against Hearts last time out to make it two wins from two over the Jambos.
Dundee are hopeful striker Andrew Nelson will be back fit for Saturday's home clash with Hearts.
Craig Curran is Dundee’s major fitness doubt for their Friday night clash with Hibs at Dens Park.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre has revealed he was close to being without his entire strikeforce for Saturday’s vital win at Livingston.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre has high hopes for what could be a blossoming strike partnership between in-form Andrew Nelson and work horse Craig Curran.
There’s a fresh look about Dundee these days after manager Jim McIntyre made sweeping changes to his squad over January.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre faces several tough selection choices for today’s Dens Park clash with Motherwell.
Dundee’s Scottish Cup clash with Queen of the South marks a fresh start for Craig Curran after his move over the road from Dundee United earlier this month.
“If I wanted to sit comfortable, I could have sat over the road but I didn’t want to do that,” said Craig Curran as he insisted his move to Dundee from Dundee United was a no-brainer.
It hasn’t happened for a while but striker Craig Curran is by no means unique in making the short journey over Tannadice Street to switch directly from Dundee United to Dundee, or vice versa.
Dundee are hoping to bring Glen Kamara’s summer move to Rangers forward to this month to fund boss Jim McIntyre’s January transfers.